Senator Barrack Obama has won another round of the votes in the Democratic primary elections in his bid for presidential nomination.
The President of Bolivia, Evo Morales has declared the floods a national disaster.
Zimbabwe\'s ruling Zanu-PF party has expelled former Finance Minister, Simba Makoni from its ranks.
Masked men carrying high-powered weapons reportedly kidnapped two journalists in southern Iraq yesterday.
President of East Timor, Jose Ramos-Horta, remains hospitalised in critical condition after being shot by rebel soldiers yesterday morning.
President of Tanzania, Jakaya Kikwete has dissolved his cabinet following increasing accusations of corruption.
The British government is set to introduce a new points based immigration system on February 29.
The United States is threatening to bar Kenyan politicians and businessmen from entering the US, once they are alleged to have been involved in post election violence.
A Muslim Cleric is to be extradited from the UK to the US to answer a series of terror charges.
Villagers in Ecuador have been ordered to leave their houses after a volcano shot columns of ash several miles into the air.
A Kenyan policeman is to be charged with murder after he was filmed shooting at two men who were later found dead during election protests.
Rescue teams are still searching for victims of tornadoes that ravaged five states in the United States on Tuesday.
Voting has begun in several US states in the biggest day of nominations in the race for US president.
A Hong Kong journalist who was jailed for spying in China has been released.
Thousands of people have fled the Chad capital, N’Djamena after two days of fierce fighting between the government and rebel forces in the city.
Crocodiles have killed three people and injured two others near the central Mozambique town of Chemba.
A search is now on for persons who went missing after a series of earthquakes hit the Great Lakes area of Rwanda and the neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo yesterday.
Armed forces have used tanks and helicopter gun ships in an attempt to drive back rebels from the Presidential Palace in Chad’s capital N\'Djamena.
64 persons are dead following two bomb explosions in Baghdad.
More than half a million troops have been deployed in China to assist persons affected by severe snowstorms.
At least 100 passengers on a boat are feared dead after their vessel sank on Lake Tanganyika off the Democratic Republic of Congo.
A 37-year-old Birmingham man pleaded guilty to plotting to kidnap and kill a British soldier.
Preliminary charges have been filed against Jerome Kerviel, the trader blamed for huge losses at French bank Societe Generale.
The police are reportedly struggling to restore order in Kenya, amid a recent wave of violence linked to the disputed elections.
More than 250 students and several of their teachers are being held hostage in a school in Bannu Town, Pakistan.